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CBS
Sep 20, 2010 11:00pm EDT
coyle was found guilty for the death of porter. prosecutors argue coyle set up the meeting with porter. >>> a high school student is killed while crossing the street. it happened in hartford county friday night. weijia jiang spent the day at his school and has more on how students are coping. >> at fellston high school. >> it's hard to believe he's gone. >> reporter: a first day after class after a devastating accident was a difficult one. >> it was miserable, it was horrible. >> reporter: the freshman was killed while trying to cross an intersection. police do not believe the 19- year-old drive ever was either speeding or drinking at the time of the crash. >> the crosswalk was prohibiting any pedestrians from crossing. >> the corner is now transformed into a memorial. countless notes, flowers and trinkets capture a rare gift, he was a popular linebacker for the jz football team. >> he was such a wonderful athlete. to be taken away it's just really sad. >> reporter: lotremon was a song writer, pianist and singer. >> he was a very talented musician. >> reporter: just as they did
FOX
Sep 22, 2010 11:00pm EDT
mathew brown was3 charged with first-degree murder %-william porter. the death ofú brown is one of six people that planned porter's killing. porter was shot to death in %-station in towson.is hess gas another suspect shame mus coil was found guilty on monday. >> a former navy lacrosse player among those killed in yesterday's helicopter crash in afghanistan. brendan loonee one of nine coalition serrice members killed. looney grew up in silver spring and was a graduate of damath that high school, then he attended the .s. navvl academy where he and his two brothers all played for the navy lacrosse team. >> a fierce fight on capitol hill over transparency in corporate campaign fiiancing. democratic senator chuck shurmur urging republicans tooback the disclose act. bill would make organizations running political ads come clean about backers. but republicans say this is pure politics. and democrats should focus %-issue.on the poor economy. in facc, senate republicans should love this bill. because ii increases transppreecy. something many of them have favored in the past. >> the bill paa
FOX
Sep 20, 2010 11:00pm EDT
conspiracy to commit ffrst-degree murder in the march shooting death of william porter. our juuy took less than two hours to convicted coyle today. the jury got it wrong.elievesú he said the client is no different than several others that say they were approached by karla porter, to murder her husband and we felt that the ssate did not rove their case. obviously the ury felt otherwise. from herr..3 >> he was the individual that we proved thaa put karla porter in ú%uch with the gunman. >> coyle coull be sentenced to life in prison with a chance for parole. harris said he will ffle a motion for a new trial. meantime, five other people, including porterrs wife, karla, are waiting for their trials. in towssn. edition". >> this is the scene of breaking nees in south baltimooe. triple shooting at 8:00 at 10th and stole place, two shot in the stomach, one in the hip. ú%at word, all men in serious police are looking or the gun. >> this is the scene of a double shooting in east baltimore. hommwood avenue in east reston street. man shot in the stomach, woman shot in the leg. homicidd detectives w
FOX
Sep 21, 2010 5:00am EDT
gunman. the state told the jury that coil arranged two meetings between bissop and karla porter and acted as the go between the jury took less than twoo3 hours to convict coill >> i'm disappointed in the jury verdict. >> but the attorney says that the jury got it wrong. he ssys his client is no3 different than severallothers who say hey wereeapproached by karla porterrto murder her husband. >> this was a woman who essentially was doing everrthing ú%ort of putting an ad in the newspaper that she wanted her husband killed, tt relatives, friends, strangers none of whom who beliived she was actually going to do it. someone shot nd killed porter in march as he opened his gas station in towson. at the ime police believed it was an attempted robbery, but now it's believed to be a part oo an elaborate plot. >> i think thaa the thing in %-the other thing is the numberf people that were involved in this who anyway along the way news.th daniels, fox 45 morning >>> coil could be sentenced to life in prison with a chance for parole.ú meanwhile five other peoppe including porter's ife ae wife a
FOX
Sep 20, 2010 10:00pm EDT
in the shooting death of william porter. porter's wife karla has been charged with orchestrating the killing. coyle, is karla's nephew. >> he was the individual that we proved that put karla porter in touch with the gun. >> prosecutors believe walter bishop, coyle's best frenis he gun sunshine told the jury that coyle arranged two meetings between bishop and karla orter3 and acted as the go-between for his aunt. a jury took less than two houus, to convict coyle. >> i am disappoinned in the jury veedict. >> defense attorney harris believes the jury got it wrong he said his client is no different than several otherr, who say they were approached by karla porter to murder her husband. >> this was a woman that, essentially, was doing everything short of putting an ad in the newspaper. that she wanted her husband killed, to relatives, friends, strangers, and none of whom believed that she was accually going to do it. >> sooeone shot and killed porter in march, as he opened his hess gas station in towsoo. at the time, police believed it3 it is believed to be part of an elaborate plot. >> i
MSNBC
Sep 11, 2010 11:00am EDT
. >> reporter: i've been speaking to the chairman of the house intelligence committee, porter goss. we're trying to get him on the telephone here a continue our conversation on the air. he told me that he was on the phone with house speaker hastert about the situation when a code red was declared on the hill that the speaker has moved to a secure place becse he is the line of command of our national leadership. congressman porter goss, chairman of the intelligence committee, also said that this extremely well-coordinated attack could only be done by a very few people, very few organizations, and that because of the magnitude of it, it will be relatively easy to, quote, see their fingerprints. then we as a nation are going to have to make a very decisive retaliation as soon as we are able to identify exactly who this was. mr. goss said he's obviously never seen anything quite like this. as it plays out, perhaps more to come. and he will be joining us shortly on the telephone here. so we all can hear his words directly. he will be briefed throughout the day because ofio his positi. he has a
FOX
Sep 22, 2010 10:00pm EDT
charged with first-degree murder and he conspiracy in the deathh3 of william porter. ú%own is one of six people that planned porter's killing. porter was shot to death in march. as heeopened his hess gas station in towson. another suspect is shaymus coil found guilty monday. >> howard county ex-teacher's aid accused of sexually abusing a i didn't-year-old female studeet is in tte hands of aú judge tonight. keith daniels reports on closing arguments in the case that cculd make historyy >> at the howard county courthouse, the case of karl walker. a wo-day trial with closing arguments just comppeted. prosecutors maary murphy and jennifer witnnsster moments after their last words to the >> no public comment on their3 argument but innide judge leisure's courtroom wednesday prosecutors talked openly. shed more light on walker's relationship with an 8-year-old girl. by revealing the cootents of dozens of letters,,and drawings the man gave to the third grader. my heart aches, when i am way another read, i do think about kissing you sometimes. but i would never do t. if you didn't wwat me to
FOX
Sep 26, 2010 11:15pm EDT
, clinton porter had just as many carries as ryan terrain. seven. rushed for 44 yards. a season-long 27 coming on this second quarter rush. there is speculation that the head coach did not like the way he fell down without much contact on this run right here. he breaks it and then kind of just goes down. so he wasn't used much in the second half or fourth quarter. clinton, your thoughts? >> i'm not really surprised. but i think rams went out and had some big runs. he went and provided the big portability that they were looking for. so i guess he's a buy. >> we all talk to clinton. we talk all the time. the most important thing in this situation is just to continue to show support. we all have that confidence knowing when he gets back in there that he can create some big plays for us. >>> when we return, how did the rest of the nfc east do? see if the redskins maybe got some good luck with a cowboy or eagle loss. that and more as we continue on sports extra.   . >>> fox 5 morning news is now on at 4:25 every weekday morning. . . back. is is fox 5 sports e
SFGTV2
Sep 8, 2010 2:00pm PDT
. that includes st. francis, langley-porter, and cdmc. member is likely to drop in the future. -- this number is likely to drop in the future. i like to make things simple and easy to understand. the impact of reducing acute beds creates a bottleneck effect. -- a bottlenei have lived in sao and now the bay area. i encountered this on the highways of the time. a bottleneck on the highway happens when you have a car that is disabled. they pull over into a lane. you have cars backing up behind a bottleneck. you have cars going in the opposite direction of looking at what is going on. people see this jam. the exit. they take detours. it is not good. it prevents people from where they want to go. it prevents the flow of traffic. it is not a good thing. i am currently working at the general in ps, that is the only devoted psychiatric emergency room in san francisco. a at p.s., which predominantly see patients that are brought in against their will. there are dangerous to others or cannot care for themselves. as a psychiatrist, i feel like a police officer on the highway. you have mentally il
FOX
Sep 22, 2010 5:30am EDT
porterment he is one of six people who planned porter's porrer was hot in march as he opened his gas station in towson. jails coil waa the first person to go to trial in the case. >>> more than two years after a student's death at bowling brook prep. accused in his death could face charges against. the 5 reform counsellrs who waited 41 minutes to call 911 affer 17-year-old isaiah ssmmons lost consciousness, while staff restrained him can be prosecuted.3 inn2009, a judgg dismissee the charges against the counselors, the lower court ruling. trick-or-treat yesterday. for hours a hacker waa3 sites. joel d smith is here to slain how it haapened and why the problem went to the white house. >> reporter: everyone witt a twitter account wasstold bit company to stay off the website. until everyone gottthat news, robert gibbs was affected. twitter is on the process of revamping its website. instead of sharing information and news 140 characters at a time. with llst content and tricky pop ups. ii the accounttof the wife for the british prime minister was sending her visitors to porn in japanese
CBS
Sep 22, 2010 5:00pm EDT
role in the plot that left ray porter dead. porter was killed inside the gas station he and his wife carl on owned. police say -- carla owned. police say she ordered the murder. three of the differents, including carla porter, are still scheduled for trial. >>> a columbia mother of four killed. her apartment then set on fire. tonight, police say the man responsible is in jail. denise is in the newsroom with more on this development for us. denise? >> reporter: well, mary, the suspect in the case is the victim's ex-husband. howard county investigators say thelma wynn was stabbed to death by her ex, damon white on september 7th. white then allegedly set her apartment on fire. wynn was letting white stay with her at the time. when police arrived at the scene, they found wynn dead and white injured. he was released from the hospital and taken directly to jail. >> all right, denise. thank you. wynn's children were not home at the time of the stabbing or fire, they're now in the care of a family member. >>> we're learning more about the night a maryland state trooper was killed while worki
NBC
Sep 23, 2010 9:00am EDT
at 80 degrees. what better meal than beef and porter stew. michael is the executive chef. nice to see you. where did the porterhouse get its name? >> really, it comes from porter. a dark brewed ale, dark brewed beer, not as dark as many, has full flavor. it came from porterhouses in 19th century new york, where you drank this and ate beef. >> and we'll look at the beef stew. you can buy it already cut up. you like to buy it yourself. >> i like to know what i'm buying and tend to be hands-on. this is chuck, great for stew, has a little more fat content but you can trim it off at the end. it gives it the flavor. you use top round, it's too lean and tends to dry out. >> a little less expensive. >> it's a great value, especially for families. you have a couple of pounds of beef chunk. i brown the chunk, caramelized onions and we can put our beef back in and start to build our stew. this is the kind of dish you want to have in your repertoire. i think that's really what it's all about, a simple easy fast dish to make. takes a little cooking time. let's season our beef. i haven't added
CSPAN
Sep 27, 2010 6:00am EDT
he took a job as a railroad porter. he had no trouble finding work because being male gave him something of an advantage. it was during world war ii when he left as opposed to aida mae. he found a job as a railroad porter. i went back and forth, there are a lot of stories of him going back and forth. running into the experience of going back south. going from a place that was free and having to adjust ones self? >> what was one of the adjustments? >> conductors, if they were south, they would mistreat some of the porters. he got on the bad side of one of the conductors. there was a moment for him in which the conductor did not like what he thought was an i am peerious dignity george starling had. he thought that was not proper for an african-american male, that he should be a little more humble. george had more education than a lot of the people he had been around. he couldn't help being himself. he didn't like playing the game of being the shuffling side kick. that didn't go over well with south conductors. there was a moment when a conductor pushed him while the train was mov
ABC
Sep 9, 2010 6:00pm EDT
of the aches and pains to try to give back as soon as possible. >> clinton porter is looking for a big game on sunday night. the nfl's 94 season kicks off tonight with the saints and vikings. the winner went to the super bowl, but this time is just to build team momentum. nonetheless, there's always a lot of pressure when the nfl curtain goes up. >> whether it is a thursday game or a sunday game, i do not think m as a is as cal cucumber. really, the word would be added excitement and i think it is the same for minnesota. >> tom brady was in an accident when a man of -- a mini van ran a red light and smashed into his car. one person in the van was knocked unconscious and had to be removed with the jaws of life, but police say everybody now is okay. doing glad to see he's ok. >> for golf fans, the fedex cup continues with tiger woods intending to stand in at rock hill. he got off to a rocky start today. he made the day at three over par. he is currently two over and that part is the leader at seven under. the u.s.a. has moved within two winds of the first world title since 1994. the
KRON
Sep 20, 2010 11:00pm PDT
smile on his face, is intercepted, deflected, intercepted by porter. one of four 49er turnovers. here is philip adams, let the punt go through his hands. 22-14. with time running out, frank busted up the gut for 7 yards. 49ers down by two. very controversial play, this is why you have replay. smith to davis. at first it's called short. replay shows he was in the end zone, they give two points to the 49ers, tied at 22-22. this is why the saints are the champs. marcus over the middal and garrett field go from 37 yards out. 49ers out gain the saints 1417 yards but the final score, saints 25-22. >> not to take away anything from them, world championship team, we did a lot of stuff to ourselves today. >> it's unfortunate. >> what they do? nothing. they didn't do nothing. we beat ourselves. >> 0-2 is tough. next week to kansas city, you lose that, 0-3 and you go, the rest of the year we may be playing for fun. they play in a weak decision and i think the 49ers performed well. jerry rice, the 12th 49er to have his jersey retired. montana, young, brodie, white. halftime, rice spending t
CBS
Sep 21, 2010 12:00pm EDT
in the murder of a east tow son man gas. porter his if karla is among those accused in the murder for hire plot. prosecutors said coyle arranged the meeting and he now faces life in prison. >>> a 66-year-old woman is dead after being hit in the head with a steering wheel locking device known as the club. d'lana simmons called police and said she hit her haunt several times. >>> the johns hopkins surgeon shot last week is in good condition. he was shot by paul pardus. pardus also shot and killed his mother that day and turned the gun on his -- on himself. >>> the gob dpiewb race is certainly under way and gathering steam as well as campaign dollars and rhetoric. good afternoon, an droa yay. >> reporter: ehrlich and o'malley continue to be neck and neck. this was pretty much a foregone conclusion, governor martin o'malley would run but the cat and mouse game took months to make this fearchlt the same could be said on the republican side with former governor bob ehrlich who had been beaten by o'malley in 2006, testing the waters for another run. now it's both party primaries being recent
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 6:00am EDT
owner has been convicted. the jury spent less than two hours finding the nephew guilty. porter was shot and killed back in march in what was supposed to look like a gas station robbery. coil and others were paid $9,000 to carry out the crime. >> in other courtroom news, a man accused of beating an hispanic man do death because of his race. jeremy holly was -- told police he killed martin reyes because he hated mexicans. >> and the assistant coach for the baltimore ravens faces charges for driving under influence again. and you moehler was pulled of on the outer loop of the beltway for speeding. he's charged with seven motor vehicle violations for driving under the information. the first time he was stopped for d.u.i. back in may of this year. in this morning commit 2010 report a new poll in maryland's race for governor and brand-new attacked a. overall still a very tight race but political observers note bob ehrlich has the lead over martin o'malley among independent voters. following the governor's race, this report was filed. >> this political tved a literally cuts martin o'malle
NBC
Sep 13, 2010 6:00pm EDT
democrats erupt nearby when grey joined the rally. >> the mayor of the district of columbia. >> porter: he is the front-runner of the poll but is guarding against overconfidence. >> we're working very hard. we've been worki for week. with robocal knocks on the door, with fans, whatever it takes to make sure our voters get to the poll. >> reporter: he said his campaign has struck a chord with vote here's don't like fenty's aloof style. >> i think i bring an inclusive stylef leadership. i involve people. i have a track record for being an inclusive person. >> four more years! >> no more years! >> reporter: the poll is open tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. election official hope to start announcing results as earl as 8:30 or 9:00 tomorrow night. >> thank you. >>> in springfield, virginia, a couple neighbors had a disagreement over a speed bump and now one has ended up dead and the other may have been the murderer. pat collins has our rort. >> reporter: this is a story about a man who lives in this house. and another man who lives down the street in that house. and a new speed bump on field master drive.
NBC
Sep 20, 2010 5:00pm EDT
charged with first- degree murder of ray porter her own this gas station. they say he conspired with the victim's wife to have him killed. in closing arguments today, the state told the jury that he facilitated two meetings between bishops and porter and he was a go-between. a series of call in the days leading up to his murder help prove he aided and abetted the two in killing him. >> he never denied that walter bishop and carlos bove to reach other. he said one of them would want to reach the other on occasion. he denied he was doing that with some knowledge that they would actually killed reporter. >> they will file a motion for a new trial. sentencing has not been set yet. he faces life without parole. reporting live wbal-tv 11 years. >> meanwhile, baltimore police continue to search for a pair of suspects in the these deadly shootings. the recall to edgewood street about 4:30 sunday morning where they found isaiah white shot in the back. he was taken to an area hospital where he later died. they believe the violence stems from a fight from the night before. police say they are makin
NBC
Sep 6, 2010 12:00am PDT
wardbe. even beau is preppy. what's next? time to bring back the sboya with cole porter music wafting through the potomac evening? wow. all the bad news for the o bob: administration means the g.o.p. nomination is a rize p worth having. weho's definitely running for president on the republican side. plus tell me something i don't know. chris: welcome back. we're close to go or no go time for the republicans, believe it or not andho are gointo be the top competitors to take on barack obama two years from now? because they have to start now. who's running for real? there are two really g.o.p. brackets you might say. on the second bracket, mitt romney and tim pawlenty are running hard already. this year -- month pawlenty made it clear he's going to run against obama on health care. anher serious possibility is mississippi governor haley barbour. here he was just two weeks ago. >> if i run for president, what you see is what you get. i am from mississippi. i do have a southern accent. i was lobbyist and a pretty damn good one. the next president of the united states on january 31, 2013 is
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 5:00am EDT
killing william porter. coil is one of the several defendants in this case, including the victim's wife. >>> it is 5:02. andy muller, the assistant line coach is facing charges. state police arrested the coach after pulling him over for speeding at 1:00 in the morning on saturday. his attorney says he'll plead not guilty. the ravens know all about this. this is muller's second dui charge. the first happened in may. muller has been with the ravens for three years. >>> nearly a full city block in towson is on the auction block. the towson commons development will be auctioned off today to the highest bidder and this morning, sherrie johnson is live with what could be a vacant spot. sherrie. >> reporter: good morning, megan. this used to be the best hot spot here. take a look behind me here. we are talking about the towson commons and later today, we will know who it belongs to after it goes on the auction block. the towson commons development just south of the circle will be auctioned off to the highest bidder at 1:00 p.m. at the county courthouse steps. now most retail spots in the commo
FOX
Sep 23, 2010 5:00am EDT
murder, prosecutors say he helped to plan thh death of william porter who was fatally shot outside f his towson gas station in march. a sentencing day has not been scheduled. >>> the case of a teacher accused of sexually assaultiig a student is in the hands of a judge in morning. karl walker wrote 45 llve notes to an 8 years old girl while working at the eeementary school. his lawyers argue that there wasn't any physical abuse, but the law covers emotional aabse as well. he is now guilty. a verdict is expected omorrow. >>> investigators say they have linked two more paaients to a new jersey octor accused of performing illegal abortioos in maryllnd. in wasn't cases dr. stephen brighhm is accused of receivvd a an abortion of nearly full term fetus. court documents allege that the dr. brigham started the procedure in new jersey and had the patient drive herself to maryland to finish. prosecuttrs are tryiig to have the doctor's licenseesuspended. two maryland physicians accused of helping him have already suffered the same fate. >>> the nation's new healthcare llw brings new consumer p
ABC
Sep 27, 2010 5:30pm EDT
bridge at porters island when they felt something in the water brush up against them. >> he says there's something out there with us. it grabbed my ankle. i felt a little thrashing. >> reporter: rescue crews believe he was attacked by a shark. the boy's knee and ankle are now bandaged and he has 51 stitches and quite aer to to tell. examiners are looking at bite marks on the surf board to figure out exactly what kind of shark it was. >>> who doesn't want to walk downstairs and find coffee already brewing? in 10 years your house might be able to do that for you. the home of the future will use natural resources to power itself so when you wake up the cold concrete floor warms up, your favorite music starts playing and coffee begins to brew. and even as you drive away the house locks itself. a group of virginia tech students designed the house to be completely automated, even including insulation panels that adjust on their own to the changing weather outside. >> the house is autonomous. so it operates on its own. it will maintain 100% energy efficiency. however, no one likes to be
CW
Sep 22, 2010 12:00am CDT
southern porter county. another section of showers. but looks like things will be quieting down as the evening wears on. all this thunderstorm activity set up by some incredible summertime heat clashing with this very falllike area. cooler air trying to trickle in behind this system. we won't cool down that much because the front will get set on top ofs. it will be cooler tomorrow but not as cool as the temperatures to the north. 40s in sections of minnesota and wisconsin. midway 68 and 68 degrees at the lake front. little bit of fog out there. but the fog situation could be worse by morning. looks like some could be quite dense late tonight and early tomorrow morning. that will lift and leave us with plenty of clouds tomorrow. so here's the forecast for tonight. scattered showers, mainly southern sections. and that will be winding down other the next couple of hours. a low tonight of around 66 degrees. southwest winds switching to the north. tomorrow early morning fog otherwise mainly cloudy. spotty showers but most of the day will be dry. just a passing shower or two with a high
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 6:30am EDT
william porter. this happened back in march of this year. he is one of several defendants in the case, including the victim's wife. police say the group tried to make the whole shooting look like a robbery. surveillance video showed a different story. >>> a couple who lost their daughter in a distracted driving accident down in florida will be appearing before the transportation secretary, lahood. it will happen today on a distracted driving summit. russell and kim lost their daughter back in january of 2008 when a tractor trailer driver crashed into her car. the driver was texting at the time of the crash. never had hit the brakes. she was there in florida and their parents were meeting her. she was planning her wedding. the daughter of russell and kim successfully lobbied for this. heather's law. >>> a 34-year-old woman is charged with fatally beating her aunt with a club device. according to a local publication, the 34-year-old woman called 911 dispatchers and said i hurt my aunt and i don't know why. when police arrived at the home, they found simmons covered in the blood of her a
NBC
Sep 19, 2010 12:00pm EDT
. >> $17.50. >> porter: the answer is $17.50 a month. here's the next question, what is the family's laest hot water expense? is it doing laundry? doing dishes? bathing? or watering the garden? what's your largest hot water expense? >> bathing. >> reporter: for most households bathing is the single largest use for hot water. now your next question. you have a refrigerator at home, i presume. >> uh-huh. >> reporter: how about this, each additional refrigerator or freezer that you own adds how much to your energy bill every year? $48 to $ 4, $ 4 to $180, $180 to $240 or $240 to $350? w much more money does an additional freezer or fridge add your house. >> i think $48 to $84. >> right. >> reporter: actually it's $ 4 to $184 every year. i second freezer or fridge in your garage it pays to plug it it's empty. now to the next question. cooking is usually a small part of the home energy's bill and medium part of your energy bill. or larges part of your heating bill? cooking. >> i say medium. >> reporter: cooking is usually one the smaller expenses. now onto the cost of doing laundry. approximate
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 11:00pm EDT
of killing william porter, he is one of several defendants in this case including the victim's wife. >>> baltimore city police shoot a dog they say was engaging a 67-year-old man. the pit bull was shot in the leg and took off running, the dog was one of several reported to be loose on the city's north side. the man suffered minor scrapes when he fell while backing away from the dog. the dog's owner took it for a medical treatment says authorities, since the dog never actually injured anyone no charges have been filed. >> you can't fight city hall but some west balled residents proved you can ask the mayor some tough questions. members of the evergreen protection session hosted stephanie rollins blake for some questions. >> we wanted to have her come and answer some questions about the trash because with the one- day recycle, one day trash situation, the trash is really piling up and we're having a reel bad problem with rats. >> he also expressed concerns about fire protection and vacant properties. >> a full city block goes on the auction block in baltimore county. the towson common
CBS
Sep 26, 2010 1:35am EDT
running game tomorrow. >> that's what clinton porter says give me the football. >> thanks for joining us. we will see you back here tomorrow >>> news on the demi moore/ashton kutcher cheating scandal. >>> you have to wake up to what's happening in our own backyard. >> ashton and demi facing cameras. >> wearing their wedding rings, holding hands. >> why were they putting on a united front in new york as far out over the alleged cheating scandal continues? >> it's not a shock. >> the story >> she gave him his number on a napkin which demi posted on twitter. >> the tweet, the text. how the tabloid story just exploded. >>> and -- >> in depth on ashton's movie about having affairs. has limb imitated art? >> how about a phone number. >>> your mom wasn't expected to be here. how come she missed out. >> sarah's dancing no-shows. >> how great is it to be here tonight for the premiere? >>> michael douglas facing cameras with wife and "wall street" cast. >> i have a lot of my relatives over here. >>> this is the first day of our brand new day called "the view." >> this is "the view" afte
ABC
Sep 27, 2010 6:00pm EDT
find our way out of it. >> let's talk about clinton porter. when he broke into the second level of this run, he goes 27 yds and goes down without being touched. nobody laid a hand on him. it raised a lot of eyebrows. he has only carried the ball seven times. >> his right hand was bothering him and he felt like he did not have the ball secured. he was afraid he would have contact. i asked him the same question and that is what he shared with me. >> the wizards will open camp tonight just after midnight, but the show actually started earlier today. >> once a willing partner with the media glare, he was anything but today. he made his first public comments since his career was contract -- was sidetracked with that gun conviction. >> you get older and so you automatically grow. >> he never smiled during today's media event. not during his photo shoot or his interview. >> are you guys seeing something different we are not? >> [unintelligible] he is serious in his approach to what he is doing. i do not think that anyone looks for to talking to all 50 of you guys. agent zero is something
KOFY
Sep 26, 2010 7:00pm PDT
complaints. >> porter: police say a tenant pulled o a weapon and the officer fired. authorities are not sang what kind of weapon the man had. >> the person displayed a weapon to the officer, and the officer fired the fat shot to the victim report many of the hotel residents are seniors. this man heard the shot from inside his room. >> some police officers were there. throw lice officers. one of whomas really shook up. and she was sang to the others that she didn't know how many shots she fired. and thenhey told me to get back in my room so i did. >> reporter: now, the officer-involved shooting is bei investigated by san francisco police intern affairs. the department's homici division as well as the san francisco district attorney's office. as for the barricade incident are the suspect here, police aren't saying whether he has a weapon. reporting from san francisco, abc-7 news. >> caryn: well, a death-row inme took his case the ninth circuit court of appeals. albert brown is schedud to die 12:01 wednesday morning for abductin and raping a riveide girl 30 years ago. here's more. >> repor
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 6:00am EDT
shamus guilty of killing william porter. this happened back in march of this year. coil is one of several suspects. the group tried to make the shooting look like a robbery attempt, but surveillance video showed a different story. >>> four minutes after 6:00 right now. according to a local publication. the 34-year-old woman called 191 dispatchers and said i hurt my aunt and i don't know why. when police arrived at the home in the 1500 block of north street, they found delana simmons covered with blood and her aunt, who was 68 years old, cecilia mitchell. the device used on the steering wheels was the device used. >>> it is 6:04. the assistant offensive line coach is facing drunk driving charges. police arrested the coach after pulling him over for speeding at the beltway. 1:00 in the morning on saturday. his attorney says he'll plead not guilty. the ravens say they know all about this. this is muller's second dui charge. the first one happened back in may, but that was thrown out. the 46-year-old muller has been with the ravens for three years. he played and coached in michigan be
FOX
Sep 20, 2010 5:30pm EDT
n march. koil could face life behind bars. 5 other people including porter's wife are úwaiting trial. >> woman is charged in the deathhof hhrraunt. police say 34-year-old miss simmons killed miss mitchell friday at home on orth stricker street. police say she beat mitch well a club and then called -ú911 and said she hurt her aunt. >> police arrived the aunt was suffering from traumatic head wounds and transported which baltimore medic to shock trauma and uufortunately succumbed to her injuries. >>reporter: simmons ow faces several chhrges tonight including first degree urder. >>> teenager dies after being hit by a car in hhrper county. street when it happened. he police say 14-yyar-old joe mond was out with friends friday night when struck by a car trying to make a left turn neaa route 24 and red pump rrad in belaire. family and friend are now remembering the% high sccool freshhan who played in the band and ws a line backer for the jv úootball team. >> he wassjust a joy to watch -úplay because he was so proud of him. >> that'' my life.i'll be forever changed. >>reporter: funeral s
CSPAN
Sep 26, 2010 8:00pm EDT
they had before. >> what did he do when he got to harlem? >> he took a job as a railroad porter, where he ended up going right back to the south that he swore he never would go back to. he had no trouble finding work because being a male caucasian an advantage in that era. he also -- being a male gave him and then vanish in that area. he found a job as a railroad he found a job as a railroad porter and went back and forth and there are lots of stories of him going back and forth and then running into the experience of going back down south. going from a place that was free and an adjusting when he went back to the south. >> what were the adjustments? , if they wereor's southern, what often is treat some of reporters that he got on the bad side of one of the conductors. there was a perilous moment for him in which the conductor did not like what he thought was an imperious and dignity george a starling had which he did not think was fit for an african- american male. he thought he should be a little bit more humble. but george had more education than a lot of people that he had b
MSNBC
Sep 21, 2010 6:00pm EDT
speaks out on how corporate pr is killing health care and deceiving americans." mr. porter, good to have you with us tonight. >> thank you, ed. >> who's doing it and what are they doing? >> well, the insurance companies are showing their true colors. you might remember that soon after the president signed this bill into law, they were tripping over themselves to, as part of their pr charm offensive to say that they would be accelerating one part of the bill to be sure that they were covering young people up the age of 26 on their parents' policies, which the new law requires and that, too, will take effect this week. that was -- they are not even making good on that promise, but what we are seeing now is what they are doing is showing theft interest of wall street more at heart than they do the young people of this country. >> okay, so, does the bill have teeth? what can the government do? what account congress do in the law has been passed and now you have got complete defiance by these insurance companies? >> the democrats need to point to this as -- to remind voters, frankly, tha
NBC
Sep 17, 2010 11:00am EDT
them. it all happened at second and c street. now, up to the date details. >> porter: they have not d'd the suspect, weare told by d.c. police that he is in grave condition. you can see that u.s. capitol police are still processing the scene. there were no witnesses that we heard of. nobody that police told us about. all the details ta we are getting are just from u.s. capitol pice. they aresketchy. united states capitol police are investigating a police involved shooting, blocks from the capital. u.s. police said the shooting happened moments after a lookout for a man with a weapon. >> the original lookout was with aan with a gun. whe they saw the man brandishing the gun, they acted accordly. >> reporter: police are not saying how the radio lookout for the man with a weapon originated. we don't know how many officers were involved in the shoog or how many were fired. >> the area where he was shot was second and c street, capitol grounds. it is very close. you can see the dome behind us. >> reporter: u.s. capitol police say a gun was recovered on the scene. d.c. police tell us that
CBS
Sep 25, 2010 11:00pm EDT
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CSPAN
Sep 26, 2010 11:00pm EDT
? how did he make his money there? >> interestingly, he took a job as a railroad porter, where he ended up going right back to the south that he had sworn he'd never go back to. he found no trouble finding work, because being male gave him something of an advantage in that era. and he also -- it was during world war ii when he left, as opposed to ida mae, who left during the depression. so, life was so much easier. so, he found a job as a railroad porter and went back and forth. and there are lots and lots of stories of him going back and forth, observing the migration and then running into -- the experience of going back south. in other words, going from a place that was free, and then having to adjust oneself whenever he went back to the south. >> what were the adjustments? >> well, one of the adjustments was that the conductors often, if they were southern, they would often mistreat some of the porters. and he got on the bad side of one of the -- he got on the bad side of one of the conductors. and there was a perilous moment for him in which the conductor did not like what the
FOX
Sep 22, 2010 6:00am EDT
prosecutors say he is oneeof six people who planned porter's killing. porter was shht to death when he ú%ened a gas station in arsh. %-guilty was in court on monday. >>> gop lawmakers voted against the defense bill that ould hav3 llfted the ban on gayssserving -penly in millitarr. it also included $7255billion in defense spending and pay raises for american troops. >>> two men have accused a prominent atlantt pastor of sexual coerccon. the llwsuit was filed on tuesday at de kalb county, georgia. it alleges thht the biihop pressured young maleemembbrs into sex. a spokesman for long denies the claims. nicole collins joins us live ffom washington to report on the good orningg nicole. -> reporter: good morning, patrice. i should mentton there''snothing criiinal about these alleggtions. in acc the plaintiff's attorney in thisscaseesays this is not an offenseeof child mooestation, because the two young men alleged that seeual contact began only after they were 16 years old or older, which is the georgia.age of egal consent in >> angels were flying around my bed all night, all day. >> reporter:
NBC
Sep 22, 2010 6:00pm EDT
out the window. and the mom dropped the baby out the window to the uncle. >> porter: the 2-month-old baby girl was taken by helicopter to a hospital. the other survivors, two brothers, ages 6 and 8, and their uncle, were transported for treatment of nonlife threatening juries. the entire second floor of the townhouse is gutted. fire investigators are combing through the debris and interviewing neighbors. >> there is no cause. it is under investigation. firefighters, investigators are just now getting into the structure to where they can dig that fire out. >> reporter: a neighbor and close friend says the family moved here in february. and that they have been without power in the townhouse for the past two days. >> i was with her last night. and i took her to the store to buy candles because they did not have will electricity. i just, i know they had to have passed out with the candles. that's all i can think of. >> reporter: stacey woods said she doesn' know why the family had no electricity for the past two days. news4 contactedominion power which said it is their policy not to rele
NBC
Sep 29, 2010 11:00am EDT
latest. >> porter: people who witnessed this morning's fire in the 3100 block of 16th street as it began, say it was one of the most graphic scenes they've ever seen. ace walked out there were people there laying on the ground, are burnt up, clothes have burned of >> reporter: when firefighters arrived a number of people still trapped inside were rescued. dozens were evaluated on the scene. at it people were transported to the hospital including one child and also a man who jumped from the sixth floor to avoid flames. >> we now have for sure one fatality. we have three folks in critical condition which are adults. one child in critical condition. and several others transport. >> reporter: fire spokesman said they believe thi fire started on the fifth floor near a stairwell. when crews arrived fire extended three floors above to the roof. >> the fire transmitted into all unit tons fifth floor except for two. >> don't know if it was something burning. >> that was tracee wilkins reporting. >>> there's a big announcement volving students in arlington county. they will soon be using app
NBC
Sep 23, 2010 6:00pm PDT
runway during london's fashion week was memorable for all the wrong reasons. mena porter, just 16 years old was strutting the heritage biker collection. yes, right you are, jessica. her high altitude hills took her down. she was trying to be a trooper. she limped away on one shoe. the designer is taking the blame, saying the shoes were o wrong size. >> i took that exact tumble on the way to the set today with the shoes i'm wearing. let's not blame that. >> believe me -- >> i'm sure somebody has. thanks for watching. we'll see you at 11:00. see you then. bye bye. [ bell rings ] what are you doing, friending somebody? yeah. you got time for that? you got time to earn more on your savings, online at capitalone.com. that's new school banking, baby! instead of earning squatootski... your savings will be earning three times the national average. now, let's review. capital one interestplus savings... at three times more. go to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? are you a pisces? what were the facts? fact: march 7, 2000. brown asks voters for new mayoral power to appoint school board
CBS
Sep 20, 2010 6:00pm EDT
. police say his wife, carla porter, ordered the murder. today, the first stipulate to stand trial, shame urs -- shameus -- seamus coyle. >>> a new rasmussen research poll released today has governor o'malley taking a slight lead in the race. o'malley had 50% of the vote among marylanders who are likely to go to the polls on election day. this is the first time rasmussen included likely voters leaning toward one candidate or another. last month, the poll had o'malley and ehrlich in a dead heat. this is also the first time 50% of likely voters has favored o'malley since february. >> o'malley's lead in the rasmussen poll was within the margin of error of 4%. >>> an east baltimore woman is charged with beating her occupant to death. and the weapon, the club, a security lock. >> reporter: baltimore city police tell eyewitness news, a 911 call led them to the suspect and the victim. >> reporter: no one answered the door at this home in the 1500 block of north bicker street this afternoon. it's where 66-year-old cecilia mitchell lived and friday died, allegedly at the hands of her niece.
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